A study on the fluidization of centrifugal fluidized bed for reduction of exhaust gas from diesel powered vehicle

Title & Authors
A study on the fluidization of centrifugal fluidized bed for reduction of exhaust gas from diesel powered vehicle
Rhee, Kwan-Seok; Kum, Sung-Min;

Abstract
The characteristics of fluidization in a centrifugal fluidized bed with a 184 mm inner diameter, 50 mm width of the gas distributor was observed by photographs and experimental works using Cu-ZSM-5 zeolite catalysts with a mean diameter of $\small{26{\mu}m}$ and $\small{32{\mu}m}$ as bed materials at a rotor at 400rpm and 600rpm. Under these experimental ranges, the experimental results clearly showed the effects of the number of rotation of the rotor on the behavior of bubbles in the centrifugal fluidized bed. As the number of rotations of the rotor increased, the gas velocity at which bubbles begin to be formed also increased but the diameter of the bubbles decreased. In addition, the size of the bubbles in the centrifugal fluidized bed were relatively smaller than those in the conventional bubbling fluidized bed.
Keywords
Centrifugal fluidized bed;Diesel engine;Exhaust gas;Fluidization;Zeolite catalyst;
Language
Korean
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